Officials in several New York communities are considering plans for a new 99-mile hiking trail being proposed in the Adirondacks.
As part of the planning process, an informational meeting about the trail will be held in Chester, New York on Thursday evening.
The proposed trail would stretch from Corinth to Newcomb, New York. It would be made up of eight distinct segments and pass through a variety of landscapes.
According to an article on PostStar.com, the bulk of the trail would be a hiking trail, with some sections being multi-use. Much of it would use existing trails and roads.
There is currently no timetable for the trail.
The informational meeting on Thursday will be held at the Chester Municipal Center at 6 p.m.